Navratri 2022: 5 Falhari Chaat Recipes To Enjoy Throughout The Fasting Season

With these falahari recipes, you will be able to observe fast without sacrificing your favorite food during Navratri.

Shardiya Navratri is a nine-day festival that began today (September 26) and will last until October 5. It is devoted to Goddess Durga and her nine avatars and today marks the first day (Kalash or Ghatsthapna) of the festival. In these days, devotees worship Goddess Durga in the form of various avatars. People observe a fast during these days. Temples across the country decorate themselves with lights to welcome devotees.

Fasting is common during this time, and some devotees go falahari. Here are some delicious falahari recipes to meet your fasting needs. 


Vrat Wala Samosa

Rather than making Samosas the usual way, you can try using Singhara atta (water chestnut flour) that’s used to make this recipe at your home to make them vrat-friendly and even tastier.


Fruits And Peanut Chaat

There are a variety of fruits you can use for this fruit chaat. You can use apples, grapes, pomegranate, etc. You can also add rocksalt and black pepper to the fruits, as well as peanuts.


Falahari Golgappe

You can try falahari golgappe at home this Navratri. For the filling, you will need Samak rice flour and singhara ka atta. To add a little more punch, add curd, imli chutney, and dhaniya pudina chutney. boiled potatoes, rock salt, black pepper and red chilly powder.


Aloo Chaat

The falahari version of aloo chaat is the perfect way to satisfy your hunger this Navratri. All you have to do is add rock salt, black pepper, and imli chutney to the golden fried potatoes. Have some aloo chaat for your cravings this Navratri.


Papdi Chaat

It is possible for you to make falahari papdi chaat at home by simply using Rajgeera flour, Kuttu flour or Singhaada flour in place of plain flour. If you want to make it fat-friendly, you should use Rajgeera flour, Kuttu flour, or Singhaada flour for the papdi. Add some curd, homemade imli chutney, and dhaniya pudina chutney to the papdi along with rock salt, black pepper, and pomegranate seeds for the final touch.

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